Charissa Thompson offers advice on filling out your bracket.
We recap our best notes from the 7-10 and 6-11 matchups in the 2012 Men's Basketball Championship. Check this blog and check here all week for more bracket tips.
• A 10-seed has beaten a 7-seed at least once every year since the field expanded to 64 teams in 1985 except: '85, '93 & 2007. The only year all four 7-seeds lost in the Round of 64 was 1999.
• The Fighting Irish are 19-0 when assisting on more than 60 percent of their field goals (3-10 when they do not). Xavier's A-10 opponents assisted on 59.7 percent of their field goals.
• Florida is 18-3 this season when making 10 or more 3-point field goals -- one of the losses was against Kentucky and one was against Ohio State (Gators are 5-7 when making fewer than 10 3-pointers). Virginia has only allowed one opponent to make 10 or more 3-point field goals this season.
• West Virginia averages 14.9 second-chance points per game this season, the most in the Big East. Gonzaga led the West Coast Conference in defensive rebounding percentage (73.3) during conference play.
• Only one 7-seed has reached the Final Four since 1979 (Virginia in 1984), but three 11-seeds have made it that far: VCU last year, George Mason in 2006 and LSU in 1986.
• With the exception of 2004, an 11-seed has won at least one tournament game every year since 2000.